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Archaebacteria
prokaryotic
Autotrophic and Heterotrophic
Unicellular
Cell Wall with NO peptidoglycon
Lives in extreme conditions
Eubacteria
No nucleus
Autotrophic and Heterotrophic
Unicellular
Cell Wall with peptidoglycon
VERY COMMON
Protista (Protists)
Eukaryotic
Cell wall or No cell wall
Heterotrophic AND Autotrophic
Unicellular
Flagella, cillia, and pseudopods to move
Fungi
Have a nucleus
Have cell wall with chitin
Heterotrophic
Unicellular and Multicellular
non motile
Plantae
Have a nucleus
Have cell wall with cellulose, chloroplasts
Autotrophic
Multicellular
anaerobic and aerobic
Animalia
Have a nucleus
No cell walls
Heterotrophic
Multicellular
aerobic
motile and non-motile
Unicellular
One Cell
Multicellular
Many Cells
Heterotrophic
Has to get food from other organisms
Autotrophic
Can make its own food
Prokaryotic
Genetic material NOT in a nucleus
Eukaryotic
Genetic material in a nucleus
What are the three domains?
Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya
What are the 6 kingdoms?
Archaeabacteria, eubacteria, fungi, plantae, protista, animalia
If a cell has a cell wall, is prokaryotic and lives in extreme environments, what domain is it in?
Archaea
If a cell has peptidoglycan in its cell wall what kingdom is it in?
Eubacteria
If a cell has NO peptidoglycan in its cell wall, what kingdom is it in?
archaebacteria
If an organism makes humans sick and is a prokaryote, what domain is it in?
Bacteria
If an organism is found in pond water, has a cell membrane, and has flagella, what kingdom is it in?
Protista
If an organism is found with a cell wall that has chitin, what kingdom is it in?
Fungi
What kingdom has both multicellular and unicellular eukaryotes?
Fungi
What kingdom does a non motile anaerobic photosynthetic organism with a cell wall with cellulose belong to?
Plantae
What kingdom has multicellular organisms that do NOT have cell walls and no chloroplasts?
Animalia